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Canon Color P150 – Overview

The P-150 scanner is Canon‘s first entry into the Personal scanner market, as well as the first USB powered professional grade document scanner capable of operating using a single USB cable connected to a PC, and users can just “Plug-and-Scan” due to the embedded Canon CaptureOnTouch Lite software. The P-150 personal document scanner’s compact size, […]

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Network Scanners, Living in a Connected World

Network attached scanners have been available for quite a while. But the early version were extremely limited and didn’t always work as expected. The current version of network scanners come with a good sized user interface, touch screen or Keyboard and usual have a version of windows imbedded allowing for an easier setup and a […]

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Highlight on Canon Scanners

This week we are going to talk about Canon and their line of High/Mid/Low-volume, and check scanners.  Canon scanners are usually priced very competitively.  At ImageSource we also manage scanner service repair and Canon’s are just as reliable and have the same loyal following as other brands. Canon scanners offer the kind of high-performance features […]

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What is the Difference Between Parts and Consumables?

When you own a scanner, or multiple scanners, you are responsible for keeping that equipment running efficiently by keeping consumables on hand.  The components of a scanner that touch the paper and are designed to wear out and be replaced every 3-6 months are called “consumables.”  They are different to what are referred to as […]

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SCSI vs. USB 2.0 in Production Scanners

Over the course of my time selling imaging hardware, i.e. scanners, many customers ask me which is better…SCSI or USB 2.0?  Actually some don’t even ask, they insist that SCSI (small computer system interface) is still the fastest option.  Unfortunately for them, almost all scanner manufacturers have moved to using a USB 2.0 interface as […]

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